2020: is The International Year of the Nurse & the Midwife
We commend all the nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response. They are providing high quality, respectful treatment and care to everyone afflicted and are leading community dialogue to address fears and questions.
Planning the theme for World Health Day and the 2020 dedication to nurses and midwives occurred long before the arrival of the corona virus upon our beautiful world and its people. These devoted and caring men and women play an essential role in our everyday healthcare and emotional needs.
State of the World’s Nursing Report 2020
The World Health Organization (WHO) is launching the first ever State of the World’s Nursing Report 2020 on World Health Day. The report provides a global picture of the nursing workforce and support evidence-based planning to optimize the contributions of this workforce to improve health and well-being for all. A similar report on the Midwifery workforce will be launched in 2021.
We thank all the nurse and midwife heroes for their everyday tireless, fearless and caring support they provide each of us. They have Socially Sparked® our lives, especially during this global pandemic. — Forever #sociallysparked Tweet us @sosparkednews